The MSES is a 9 item self-report instrument representing three behavioral domains of self-efficacy believed to be important for adoption and maintenance of exercise. (i.e., task, coping, and scheduling efficacy) simultaneously. Whether participants exercised or not, they rated their confidence to perform behaviors described in nine statements consistently for at least six months. They rated their confidence on 10-point scalesranging from“0”(not at all confident)to“10”(completely confident).The ratings for each of the three items were summed and calculated to get a mean score for each of the three subscales.
Year: 2008 Authors: Rodgers Disease: Obesity Outcome: Self-efficacy
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Measure: Exercise Self-efficacy
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Number of RCTs that used this tool (in our study): 1
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Scale: Higher scores are better, scores ranging 3-30 Reference: W.M. Rodgers, P.M. Wilson, C.R. Hall, S.N. Fraser & T.C. Murray (2008) Evidence for a Multidimensional Self-Efficacy for Exercise Scale, Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport, 79:2, 222-234
Target population: General population Focus Generic Translations available: Yes Original version validated: Yes Original language: English Form of delivery: Self-reported Licence needed: Unclear 10.1080/02701367.2008.10599485